Community Resources



LEARN (Lifelong Education for Adults: Reading & Numeracy) is a community organization managed by local volunteers, with staff support for coordination and instruction. For over 15 years, LEARN has been assisting local adults to improve their basic reading, writing and math skills. LEARN also offers Time for Me, Family Literacy and English as an Additional Language (EAL) programs.

Contact LEARN on Facebook at: facebook/learninc

Contact: Arla Livingston
Location: 341 Main Street, Roblin
Phone: (204) 937-3163
Website: Click here

Roblin Parent Child Centre Inc.

The Roblin Parent / Child Centre has a library where parents can obtain info on parenting. Children and parents participate in programs such as crafts and physical activities. The Time For Me program features one hour of songs and rhymes. Located at Roblin Elementary School - Room #23.

Contact: Arla Livingston
Location: 330 King Street, Roblin
Phone: (204)937-2588

Health Services


Call (204)937-3859 to book the HandiVan.

Costs for the HandiVan:
$5 for a 1-way trip in town
$0.60 per km for out of town trips

Phone: (204) 937-3859

Roblin Community Help Centre

The Help Centre is governed by a community board composed of members from the Town of Roblin, RM of Hillsburg and RM of Shell River.

Our key services are:

Lifeline: Help is just a button push away. One press of a button worn around the neck puts seniors in touch with help instantly. The cost is a mere $1.00 a day. Installation and servicing is all provided locally through the Community Centre.

Congregate Meal Programs: The Community Help Centre sponsors the congregate meal programs at Roblin Residence and Maple Manor. Seniors are provided with a hot nutritious meal in a family-like setting.

Handivan: The Community Help Centre works with the Town Office by co-ordinating the volunteer drivers for the Handivan. Because of the dedication of the volunteer drivers, seniors? transportation in Roblin is very affordable at just $2.00 per trip. Out-of-town transportation is provided at $0.35 per kilometre.

Meals on Wheels: The Community Help Centre co-ordinates 14 community groups to delivery meals to individual?s home three times per week.

Filling Out Forms: The Help Centre fills out many forms for seniors including OAS, CPP and GIS forms; replacement birth certificates and social insurance cards.

Information and Referral: The Help Centre is a one-stop information service for seniors and their families. We can connect people with Home Care programs, or with support groups such as those for Alzheimers, Parkinsons and cancer. We also provide assistance with admission to personal care homes or with renting an apartment.

Location: 124-2nd Avenue N.W., Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 209, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-8276


Child Find Program

Location: RCMP, Roblin
Phone: (204) 937-2164

Recycling Depot

The Town of Roblin has a curb side recycling program. The Recycling Depot is open on Wednesdays from 1pm to 5pm for the collection of E-waste and non-automotive batteries.

Contact: Daphne Pearton, Manager
Location: 113-1st Avenue N.W., Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 998, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-4791

Roblin Food Bank

Location: 113 1st Ave NW, Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 209, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-8333

Rural Crime Watch Committee

Contact: RCMP, Roblin Detachment
Mailing Address: Box 1024
Phone: (204) 937-8054

Support Groups


Contact: Reg Becker
Phone: (204) 937-8764

Alzheimer Support Group

Contact: Anna Stewart
Phone: (204) 937-8276

Cancer Support Group

Contact: Betty Dayson
Phone: (204) 937-8956

Parkinsons Support Group

Contact: Mary Topolonicki
Phone: (204) 937-3357